Multi-Sports gives Key Stage 2 children the opportunity and confidence to learn and develop new skills in many team sports.

  • Athletics

    Through Sweeney's Multi-Sports our aim is to teach the basic skills of athletics in both track & field i.e. running, jumping and throwing, as an introduction for every child to physical activity in general, and aim to hold interest in these activities throughout the whole of school life, and hopefully into adulthood.

  • Ballet

    In our classes we try to encourage children to take part in Ballet lessons as it's a core technique for all dance styles.  Ballet can develop self-confidence in young girls and boys.  This is due to ballet teaching grace, poise, self discipline and self-esteem.  It is something anyone can learn from any age.  Not only do you use all aspects of the body in ballet, acting skills are taught too, which is also a way of improving social skills.  Ballet is a wonderful art form conveying beauty in a dancer which is welcome to anybody.

  • Basketball


    This is a team sport in which two teams of five players try to score points by throwing or "shooting" a ball through the top of a basketball hoop while following a set of rules. Basketball is one of the world's most popular and widely viewed sports.

  • Breakdancing

    If you like a challenge and love to dance then Breakdancing is for you.  It builds your confidence and self-esteem that will make you want to try different moves.  Be creative through your top rock and footwork, make friends but most of all have lots of FUN! Not only does Breakdancing work on your fitness and give you lots of strength, it also helps your agility, balance and co-ordination.  Breakdance puts a smile and parents, teachers and most importantly children's faces.

  • Dodgeball


    Our programme incorporates rules of the game, various throwing techniques, hand to eye co-ordination, change of pace, multi directional movements.  Aiming the ball in different directions.  Also, working as a team and the use of communication. From the outset we look to assess the hand to eye co-ordination of each child.

  • Football


    This is a unique game that allows children to express themselves whilst playing football.  The idea behind 3 v free is to play in an area whilst scoring points by doing tricks, nutmegs and step overs and instead of having proper goals, you can have small cones, wherever yo want in the area.

  • Handball


    Our sessions involve rules of the game, various throwing techniques, hand to eye co-ordination, change of pace, multi-directional movements and the ability to switch the play when necessary.  Aiming the ball in different directions.

  • Hockey

    Write up coming soon

  • Kwik Cricket

    Kwik Cricket

    Our sessions involve rules of the game.  Various techniques of shots with the bat.  Different bowling techniques.  Speed of thought and decision making is key to make the correct choice of shot/bowl.  Agility and movement when fielding aswell as jumping to catch the ball.

  • Rounders

    Write up coming soon

  • SAQ (Speed, Agility, and Quickness)

    SAQ (Speed, Agility, and Quickness)

    Teaching the children why SAQ is so important from an early age and the desired effects it will have on later life.  Quick feet, speed of thought and balance. In & out of cones, over hurdles and through speed ladders.  Slalom through the poles concentrating on body position & shape.

  • Street Cheer

    This is a brand new element of cheerleading, a unique fusion of breakdance and cheerleading moves.  You'll find the funkiest up to date dance moves combined with Cheerleading chants and cheers.  Ultimately, it brings a fresh and interesting twist to both the street dance style and to traditional cheerleading.  

  • Tag Rugby

    Tag Rugby

    Our sessions involve rules of the game, various throwing techniques, movement on & off the ball, support play & making the most of speed, agility and co-ordination.  Progression to invasion games in order to assess skills & abilities in a match situation.

  • Tri-Golf


    Tri-Golf is a  'mini' version of golf designed specifically for young children at infant, primary and junior schools.  This unique version of golf allows children of all ages to take part in the sport without the fear of failure.  The equipment is very easy to use but most importantly it mirrors the equipment used in normal golf.

  • Ultimate Frisbee

    Ultimate Frisbee

    Our sessions involve rules of the game and looking at the skills involved to make this sport a success.  In groups we will look at the various ways of throwing the disc - forehand throw, backhand, hammer, skimmer etc… Also ways of catching the frisbee whilst on the floor & in the air.

  • Volleyball

    This is an Olympic team sport in which two teams of six players are separated by a net. Each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team's court under organized rules. The ball is usually played with the hands or arms, but players can legally strike or push (short contact) the ball with any part of the body.